The Weeknd – Until I Bleed Out (Official Video)

The Weeknd – Until I Bleed Out (Official Video)

Official music video by The Weeknd performing “Until I Bleed Out”– ‘After Hours” available everywhere now: http://theweeknd.co/afterhoursYD

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Music video by The Weeknd performing Until I Bleed Out. © 2020 The Weeknd XO, Inc., manufactured and marketed by Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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51 Responses

  1. Roco Contreras says:

    My theory is that the date time this is how he’s going to a deserted place where he doesn’t feel alive. The people in black represent his demons, when he goes into the desert there could be seen what looks like clothes maybe he’s changing it to a different set of clothes. Maybe this is him o’ding and he’ll probably wake up or not. The drugs could also be represented by the people in the black. Maybe this may lead into
    snowchild?

  2. the gentleman says:

    Now I’m waiting for the videos of other songs especially “FAITH” in which he would end up in the back of a flashing car

  3. Zack says:

    This man’s acting ability is insane. You can tell how much effort he puts into his music career.

  4. Through The Phone says:

    Other artists: had a whole wardrobe in just a single mv
    The Weeknd: we don’t do that here

  5. ani.xvi _ says:

    I love how this video incorporates references from Thursday, House of balloons, Echoes of silence and Kissland. The balloons itself represent the HOB, the colours of the balloons represent Thursday and the colour of Abels suit represent EOS. The video itself is set in the house of balloons while a number of things take place. Each of the females represented in the video (Glass table girls, valarie, the zone, Thursday and Kissland girl) show the struggles Abel has faced prior to his years to stardom. In which, it highlights his past sex crazed drug and alcohol life. The irony is now that the focus is shifted onto Abel instead of the girl in the ‘The Zone’ with him being the centre of it all. The visuals on a whole, are both theatrical and symbolical with great references of his past work. My king has done it once again❤️.
    X’O

  6. Nieth Thielen says:

    Grammys: Exist

    The Weeknd: Allow me to introduce myself

  7. Chris White says:

    Ever since “House Of Balloons” he’s felt this way. It’s been a long ass ride, Abel. Take care of yourself now. We love you! ❌⭕💨🎈🔪🔪

  8. Omid S says:

    BRUH HE’S TRYING TO ESCAPE FROM HOUSE OF BALLOONS

  9. TheAtm12345 says:

    Abel: I think I’m really losing blood

    Director: Keep the camera rolling

  10. Charis Andreou says:

    THEORY: Abel in this video is in a limbo state after the woman from the “in your eyes” video cut his head

  11. Krystal Galvan says:

    Something tells me he’s going to “bleed out” until he’s finished expressing his emotions. But let me tell you, when he’s finished he’s going to be reborn & that’s when he’s gonna make another bomb a** album.

  12. The purple Saint says:

    Why the ending reminds me the ending of “I feel it coming” like the snow area *thinks*

  13. Jamair Williams says:

    Abel hits the vocals:
    No one:
    My Soul Ascending: I hear heaven calling.. Ight Imma head out

  14. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    I’m telling my kids this was the best artist of my generation

  15. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    This hits different when you’re alone with headphones laying in bed staring at the ceiling

  16. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    This has to be the most “Trilogy” song on this album. The mix of druggy, reverberating vocals, ripping synths and deep basses creates this grand, operatic wall of sound searing with pain and melancholy. Exactly the vibe of his greatest hits.

  17. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    This song is truly sad. He wants his ex back (the one he talks about in “After Hours song”). But he realizes he’ll never get her back. Usually, he supplements this loss with getting high, but this time he’s sick of it (drugs aren’t working anymore). Now he’s come into terms with reality, he has nothing else to live for. So he cut his self. Now he’s bleeding out…. and probably to death.

    I know I’m probably overanalyzing, but this makes the song hit harder.

    • Michael Smith says:

      In this song, he uses the term “Bleed out” by saying that the drugs he took and the stuff he went through is coming out of his system and he has come to terms with it and now he is facing the after effects.

    • Void says:

      5000 Subs 3 videos please help This isn’t about his ex. Jesus he’s over his ex’s and you and people that think like you should be too. Get over it and let “The Weeknd miss his ex” theory for every song he puts out die.

    • Hamze Ahmed says:

      I actually believe this is about his drug addiction

    • q_ megancinni says:

      @Void yeah I think it’s important to remember that The Weeknd is a character it’s not necessarily Abel himself, so he doesn’t need to be singing about his own experience it’s just part of the narrative of this album. Which yeah does involve relationship stuff but it’s a bit deeper than that if you take it all into account

  18. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    He deserves everything he wants. He better get that Grammy too. This is a MASTERPIECE

  19. 5000 Subs 3 videos please help says:

    Random people who like this will become a millionaire someday.

  20. j sidhu says:

    I feel like this is a representation of how he wants to get out of the life of drugs and abusing them until he’s so high he doesn’t have to think about the pain and the loss of another lover in his life. He wants to be able to feel normal emotions without chasing the high and using it as a form of escapism. As he says he wants to touch the ground he wants a semblance of balance in his emotions and life and he doesn’t need the drugs and heartbreak anymore. Also I think when he’s in the room he realizes he doesn’t need the drugs/partying and the misery of his exes, he just wants to move on to a better place that doesn’t involve any of that.

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